On Monday, June 7, 2021, a human body was discovered in a black plastic garbage bag buried deep inside a trash container located in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. The foot had been severed from the left leg, the left leg severed from the lower torso, the right hand severed from the right arm—and the rest of the body was so terribly mangled that other body parts could not be identified except for a long string of human intestines that managed to remain intact. The gruesome discovery received little secular media coverage as the body was that of a mere “fetus” and the trash container was that of the Northeast Ohio Women’s Center abortion facility.
Certainly, if the body of a born child or a mature adult had been found in an Ohio trash receptacle, the finding of such a murder victim would have received widespread sensationalized coverage in every possible media outlet and an instant response from law enforcement agencies. But this particular human being was just another result of legally sanctioned “reproductive choice.” Such “choices,” made 2,500 times per day, are protected by a culture that does all it can to deny the existence of such a victim. But occasionally, the broken bodies of the aborted unborn surface and become the abortion industry’s worst nightmare.
The aborted baby was found in the trash container of the Cuyahoga Falls clinic just three days after four pro-lifers conducted a Red Rose Rescue at the abortion facility. On Friday, June 4th, Fr. Fidelis Moscinski of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, veteran pro-lifer Laura Gies, African American Stephanie Berry, and eighteen-year-old college student Audrey Whipple quietly entered the waiting room of the clinic. Two women scheduled for abortions were already seated there. One of them appeared to be no more than fifteen years old and was accompanied by her mother.